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Wolfgang Niedermark – ‘nationalistic tones have poisoned the atmosphere’

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Wolfgang Niedermark – Member of the Executive Board of the Federation of German Industries (BDI)

When Wolfgang Niedermark speaks about China, regret echoes in his voice. Since October 2020, the 56-year-old German has been a member of the Executive Board of the Federation of German Industries (BDI). In both his professional and private life, he has witnessed China’s economic prowess, cultural diversity, and social dynamism on the ground over many years. “Since I had many positive experiences with the Chinese people,” he says, “I’m driven to the side of those who want to cooperate with China full of sympathy and with good spirits.”

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